YOU could save up to £87 with a new Alton Towers deal offering tickets for nearly half the usual cost.
A family of four, which would usually pay up to £212 for four tickets, will get a bargain for just £125 instead.
An Alton Towers deal means you could save nearly 50 per cent on your ticket[/caption]
The Picniq tickets deal has savings up up to 41 per cent off the usual price of an Alton Towers day ticket.
Adult tickets, usually costing £58, are just £34 while child tickets are £28.50 instead of £48.
Unfortunately, the cheap deal doesn’t cover many of the October half term dates.
However, there are stills savings to be had, with tickets available for £42 for adults and £36 for kids during the school holiday.
Families can still save £56 on a day out with the deal during the half term dates.
You’ll need to be quick though, as bookings are only available between October 23 and November 10.
The deal also comes with some extra perks.
The offer includes a £5 voucher with Picniq to be used on the next order as well as well as 10 per cent off at Bicester Village.
Alton Towers recently announced the launch of their newest attraction based on the books by David Walliams, which will open next spring.
Other incredible deals include a Disneyland Paris three-day park pass for just £94 per person, including two nights at a hotel.
Also launching next year is a new £37m theme park in Yorkshire, called Gulliver’s Valley.
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